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Old 08-10-2007, 11:25 PM   #155
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Oooh, I vote for 'make your own' I'll go get started on ours now!
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Old 08-12-2007, 01:26 PM   #156
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Name Tags?

How about a build your own name tag contest, i.e. aluminum hats, trophies, whatever. Name tags can be body art, clothes art, something you drag behind you... or borning sticky tags... or use your WBCCI plastic engraved tag. We have people who come up with pretty neat stuff. Of course this will be unofficial and voluntary. A grand prize will be international recognition.

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Old 08-12-2007, 02:26 PM   #157
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Hmm.... we seem to have an abundance of organizers. Very cool!

In the spirit of the Bash "do it yourself" rally tradition, those wishing to hold contests, organized activities and other less than impromptu events are encouraged to post any pertinent details (how, when, what).

I wanna know what I'm going to win
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Old 08-12-2007, 07:43 PM   #158
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Hi Aaron & Summer,
Glad to see other novices will be in attendance. we can compare notes and our combined ignorance as we venture off into the world of Airstreaming.
Frank & Leslie
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Old 08-13-2007, 10:01 AM   #159
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How about a build your own name tag contest, i.e. aluminum hats, trophies, whatever. Name tags can be body art, clothes art, something you drag behind you... or borning sticky tags... or use your WBCCI plastic engraved tag. We have people who come up with pretty neat stuff. Of course this will be unofficial and voluntary. A grand prize will be international recognition.

Don
Very cool idea Don & Jordandvm! I will most definately get on this project!
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Old 08-13-2007, 10:41 AM   #160
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Hi Frank and Lesli,

That sounds like a plan. Two heads are better than one?

Aaron


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Glad to see other novices will be in attendance. we can compare notes and our combined ignorance as we venture off into the world of Airstreaming.
Frank & Leslie
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Old 08-13-2007, 11:01 AM   #161
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Frank, Lesli and Aaron,
Make that three!!
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Old 08-13-2007, 11:47 AM   #162
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Hey Krikles,

Looking forward to meeting you at Bev Beach. My wife and I looked at a Caravel first, but it was just too much $$ for us. They are really cool though. 65', good year too!

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Old 08-13-2007, 05:12 PM   #163
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Hi Aaron,
Your dog is adorable!
I'm having lots of fun fixing up the Caravel -they're cool little trailers. Tho I'm glad I didn't know how much money I'd have to put into it before I bought it. But most of the projects are a do it once then not again for years and years - I hope. Bev Beach will force me to complete them all before the trip so I'm really looking forward to it. I just hope I'll be able to figure out the most basic aspects of setting up to camp... my newbieness will be obvious! Safaris are great - and it must be nice to have that extra bit of room! Can't wait to see yours and meet you guys!
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We have decided on what we are going to bring to the Bash. If you could Janet please add this to the list. Now that we have all of our ducks in line, it's time to hurry up and wait.

Sat: garlic bread & appetizer/munchie
Sun: rolls and coffee

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Old 08-13-2007, 07:07 PM   #165
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Thank you. Yeah, he is a pug-something mix and is a good boy. I too was unaware of the costs. My first parts order was mucho $$. And the trip to my local Department of Motor Vehicles wasn't cheap either. But, I must still be blinded by the shiny aluminum because I'm still enjoying it, despite the cost. Good luck in getting your Airstream projects complete!

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P.S. I think the veterans will be understanding of our newbiness; they seem like a fantastic group.


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Your dog is adorable!
I'm having lots of fun fixing up the Caravel -they're cool little trailers. Tho I'm glad I didn't know how much money I'd have to put into it before I bought it. But most of the projects are a do it once then not again for years and years - I hope. Bev Beach will force me to complete them all before the trip so I'm really looking forward to it. I just hope I'll be able to figure out the most basic aspects of setting up to camp... my newbieness will be obvious! Safaris are great - and it must be nice to have that extra bit of room! Can't wait to see yours and meet you guys!
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Old 08-14-2007, 12:08 AM   #166
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Hope you can handle 2 more complete Airstream/rally newbies! My husband and I just bought our '53 Flying Cloud less than a week ago. It is a project so won't be even close to "done" yet, but can't wait to try it out.

We have reserved space G37.

Here's what we can bring:

Friday - Brownies
Sat. - Lasagna (traditional, but really good!)
Sun - Fruit and/or Juice

Susan and Brad Taylor
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Old 08-14-2007, 12:14 AM   #167
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WooHoo! Welcome! 2Taylors and others!

We were all "newbies" once! This is a great rally! Rain or shine! Great place to see what others have done to their Airstreams and get ideas! None of us are ever really "finished"... we all have things in our trailers we want to fiddle with. Always another new great idea!

Looking forward to meeting you!

Mrs. NorCal Bambi (traveling in S Tardis)
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Old 08-14-2007, 12:22 AM   #168
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Tent, SOB, aluminum hat...

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First Rally!!!!
As a matter of fact it'll be my first trip out with the Caravel... hopefully I won't need too much help
I'm hoping all the work my A/S is having done will be done in time...otherwise I'll paint my tent silver
Really looking forward to it!!!
Our first year we came in our teardrop... but it is aluminum... our Bambi was in pieces! Everyone is welcome! The only rules are be nice, and have fun! Welcome! Our first outing with our Bambi was a bare wooden floor and the outside shell! The first trip out is always a big event!

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